The Bridge Retail & F&B Commercial Units Launch
With the successful launch and track records of the residential units, Singapore-based developer Oxley Holdings will be launching the freehold retail and food & beverage units at the end of the month. Oxley will be starting the first leg of the launch in its home-ground of Singapore. Interested buyers in Hong Kong and Brunei will also get to purchase the commercial strata units in the later part of the year.
The Bridge Retail Mall is located at the very heart of Phnom Penh, the capital city of Cambodia, an emerging market having a 7% year-on-year growth. With it’s superb location and the city’s lack of full-fledged retail malls, such commercial spaces are very sought-after. Once completed, the management of the mall will be undertaken by the developer, hence further ensuring favorable tenant mix and performance. This is the reason why the current sales package includes guaranteed rental returns of up to 70%!
Deferred Payment Scheme & Low Cash Down are also available for Preview Launch buyers.
Investors interested in the preview launch and free seminar may register via this link:
Prices of the freehold commercial units during the preview period will start from an absolute price of US$91,000.
The Bridge Cambodia is set to be the new icon in the heart of Phnom Penh, the capital city of Cambodia. This twin-tower mixed-development that soars 45 story high is a testament that the economy of the city has reached new heights, at the same time quenching the need of the masses for quality residential, commercial and retail real estate provisions within the burgeoning city.
The Bridge Cambodia is located at the southern Phnom Penh city, at the waterfronting part by the Bassac river, in the Tonle Bassac commune. This strategic location near the Australian embassy gives it a 360 degrees panoramic view of the waterway, Diamond Island and the Phnom Penh city skyline. Preah Sihanouk Boulevard is also a mere 2 minutes away.
Concept & Design
The Bridge Cambodia is a freehold, mixed development that consists of two skyscraper towers soaring up from a 5 storey retail podium on a freehold land plot that’s approximately 110,000 sqft. The two towers are linked by 2 sky bridges, connecting residents to provisions such as round-the-clock security, swimming pool, gymnasium, playground and clubhouse.
The development has a total of more than 2300 units to offer, comprising a diversity of approximately 700+ private condominium units and penthouses, 600+ commercial units and small offices, and 900+ “home offices” that is similar to the small-office-home-office (SoHo) concept.
Cambodia’s economy is on a growth trajectory, with both its population and living standards are rising. But there is a housing dilemma. A house or a villa in central Phnom Penh is not within affordable reach to most of the locals. Although buying properties on the outskirts of town is cheaper, this will give rise to commuting issues on a daily basis. This is why there is strong demand for modern, comfortable, condominiums at strategic locations that provide easy access to the city. The Bridge not only plugs this gap, but went a step further by providing enhanced lifestyle options that are so lacking at this point in time and space.
Another tipping point of the city’s growth will be Cambodia’s economic integration into ASEAN in 2015, accelerating the country’s progress and transformation. This is when the floodgates will open and the city will experience its next level of growth in terms of investors and tourists, and ultimately in real estate prices.
Apart from profits in capital gain and rental yield, what gives deeper meaning to investing in The Bridge is the opportunity to improve the lifestyles of a people, and to contribute in the growth and modernisation of their country.
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The Bridge Cambodia is jointly developed by two prominent property developers – Singapore-based Oxley and Cambodia-based Worldbridge Land. One of the key formulas of success in this partnership is incorporating traditional Khmer architectural themes while adhering to Singapore’s quality in building standards.